And look for a Hello! world exclusive in next week's issue: the only
magazine that will take readers inside Elizabeth Hurley's wedding to
TORONTO, March 1 /CNW/ - Sting woke up one morning about three months ago
and this light bulb went off in his head: 'I'm going to call Andy and Stewart
and tell them we should tour,' he tells Hello! magazine in an interview
featured in the issue hitting newsstands across the country starting today.
Since their split, the Police had played together only twice: at Sting's
wedding to Trudie Styler in 1992 and at their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
induction in New York City a decade later. The trio, which had their first
smash hit in 1979 with "Roxanne," have avoided questions about whether they
will create new music together, suggesting that they'll wait to see how the
reconciliation is received.
As for those well-documented fights during the six years the band was
together, Sting is now downplaying them. "The nature of the arguments were all
about music ... also hairstyles. What's happening is very healing."
Justin Trudeau walks in his father's footsteps
With a focus on ecological issues (he recently returned to McGill
University to pursue a master's degree in environmental geography) and
national unity, Justin will no doubt provoke some lively debates come election
time. Justin has steadily increased his public profile, almost as a ramp-up to
this recent announcement to run for the Liberal nomination in Montreal. Last
year, he took on hosting duties for the prestigious Giller Prize gala, and in
January he and Sophie lent their support to Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s
Waterkeepers Alliance fundraiser in Banff, Alta., where they hobnobbed with
A-list celebs, including Tim Robbins and Alec Baldwin.
Also featured in the issue hitting newsstands starting today:
- The OSCARS: Hollywood's biggest night - 22 glorious pages of winners,
glamour gossip and parties.
- Charles and Camilla embark on a busy 10-day tour of the Persian Gulf
- Hugh Grant and Jemima Khan: behind the split - their breakup came as
no surprise to close friends.
Look for this upcoming exclusive in next week's Hello!:
With the countdown already started to Elizabeth Hurley's wedding to Arun
Nayar on Saturday, the bride-to-be has shared some tantalising details about
the ceremony, which will be covered exclusively by Hello! magazine. It
promises to be one of the most talked-about weddings of the year, and
Elizabeth is obviously excited about her big day. "It will be very special,"
she said while attending the final fittings for her bridal gown in Milan. The
dress for the model's lavish UK ceremony is being designed by her close friend
Read more about Elizabeth and Arun's special day, including its
fairy-tale venue and glamorous guests, in next week's issue of Hello!
magazine, on sale from March 7.
With 60-plus years of success, 10 editions around the world and a reach
of more than eight million readers in over 100 countries, Hello! magazine has
been launched in Canada by the country's leading consumer publisher: Rogers
Publishing Limited. The Canadian Hello! presents respectful, up-close and
intimate information on international and national celebrities known and loved
by Canadians. With unparalleled access to celebrities' homes and lives, Hello!
publishes spectacular photographs, as well as exciting lifestyle sections
featuring fashion, decor, food and travel. The U.K. edition of Hello! was
launched in 1988, creating the celebrity magazine marketplace in that country,
and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Spanish magazine Hola!, which first
debuted in 1944.
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